I just saw a headline that claim that women lost the most so far during the pandemic. I can't say I can argue either way but one thing that immediately came to mind is what gender are most nurses and nurse practitioners? have their hours been more or less during the pandemic? Is there overtime? Nurses are Union last I checked in Minnesota. I can't imagine why I'd know that /s nurse practitioners are not.
Although you're the son of a retired SEIU vice president you're human property so maybe there's not a bunch of protection there
But hey you can always try Marlene's discount code at children's. It's Paul inspired. just tell the NICU np Union Yes massa and you probably get 25% off the bris. Note I didn't specify monetary savings. and this in no way should be taken seriously.other than the fact that Paul literally has claimed to own me twice to have bought me once and wanted me to repeat the word slave when I said Dad you make me feel like a slave. He said that while I was three days hungry and the answer was huh what was that can you repeat just the last word?this was well after having said he owns me twice and he bought me once.
In some states the shutdowns have been more complete than others but no hospitals have been shut down. So if things like retail are pretty even gender-wise in employment and our cuts even if they were worse towards women your retail worker is making nowhere near what a nursery nurse practitioner makes and the later of probably making overtime so I can't say I know this for a fact but even top of my head the seams very questionable.
I'd love to see some hard data. Or a reasoned explanation. Or even what the percentage difference was because the word most doesn't really indicate how much the difference was. Logically speaking you could lose one unit more and have lost the most
The only thing that's making me more sick than torture conditions terror conditions is the soap opera were calling news the emotional appeals without any reason behind them. Also in a way that would appear to be primarily aimed at dividing